Black & Brown Intimate Bonds: A Relationship Skills Series for LGBTQ/SGL people of color!


  • NW Network Community Engagement Center 3818 South Angeline Street Seattle, WA, 98118 United States

Have you asked yourself where LGBTQ/SGL people of color can go to find a safe, open space to learn skills for their relationships?

Look no further….

The Northwest Network of Bi, Trans, Lesbian and Gay Survivors of Abuse, in partnership with API Chaya and People of Color Against AIDS Network (POCAAN) present a 6-week course to get the skills we need to build the Black and Brown relationships that we want.

Sign-up for “Black & Brown Intimate Bonds” today!!!

This 6-week course will cover multiple topics including:

  • Analyzing power & liberation
  • Identifying cultural norms & personal values
  • Negotiating expectations
  • Accountability
  • Naming & setting boundaries
  • Addressing conflict &
  • Strengthening support networks!

These sessions will be held EVERY WEDNESDAY beginning September 6 to October 11, from 6-8:30 PM at the NW Network Community Engagement Center located in the basement of the Columbia City Church of Hope.

This class is open to:

People of Color ( Black, Indigenous, Brown, Asian/Pacific Islander, Latina, Alaskan or Hawaiian Native, Mixed Race)

Same-gender loving & Bisexual people

Trans people & Non-Binary People

LGBTQ people & their friends and families!

There is a suggested donation of $0 to $90. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.

The basement of the Columbia City Church of Hope is located at 3818 S Angeline St, Seattle, WA 98118. The space has an ADA accessible side entrance located on the left hand side of the building.

*Interpreters are available and happily provided. Please let us know ASAP if you need an interpreter. The Relationship Skills Class is held an accessible space and we ask that folks come to the series with low-to-no scents to keep everyone welcome and present during the series.*

For more information, accessibility questions or to register contact Aimée-Josiane at: 206.568.7777 or aimee-josiane@nwnetwork.org